Manuela Tesse’s selection won the opening two games against Latvia, Moldova
Italian coach Manuela Tesse has confirmed its 22-player list as Malta gear up their preparations for their double-header against Andorra.
Malta will host the Andorra selection this Friday when they meet in the UEFA Women’s Nations League third game.
Both teams will take on each other in Andorra’s capital city, next Tuesday, to wrap up the October international window.
The Maltese side is currently top of the group in League C after beating Latvia 1-0 and Moldova 2-0.
Haley Bugeja, top scorer of Malta in this competition with three goals, is included in the squad together with Dorianne Theuma who is available for selection after missing out the opening part of the 2023/2024 campaign with an injury.
Returning to the squad is youngster Kailey Willis who is on the books of Meran Women in Italy.
Last weekend, the former Birkirkara player scored for Meran as they defeated Sudtirol 2-0 in the Serie C Femminile.
Andorra, on their part, have scored three points in their opening two games so far after beating Moldova in their first game before falling to Latvia.
Patricia Ebejer (Mġarr United), Janice Xuereb (Birkirkara).
Mariah Cardona (Birkirkara), Jessica Dimech (Swieqi United), Stephania Farrugia (Birkirkara), Emma Lipman (Como Women, Italy), Valentina Rapa (Birkirkara), Ann-Marie Said (Birkirkara), Emma Xuereb (Swieqi United), Charlene Zammit (Birkirkara).
Brenda Borg (Mġarr United), Rachel Cuschieri (Sampdoria Women, Italy), Veronique Mifsud (Birkirkara), Nicole Sciberras (Hibernians), Dorianne Theuma (Swieqi United), Shona Zammit (Swieqi United).
Leah Ayres (Hibernians), Haley Bugeja (Inter Women, Italy), Ylenia Carabott (London Seaward, England), Maria Farrugia (Lewes, England), Alishia Sultana (Birkirkara), Kailey Willis (Meran Women, Italy).
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